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to implement that dangerous by back row graham. cliques ahead at 6:00, a new option for commuters in the d.c. area. >> doug is keeping an eye or on the weather headed our way out and what to expect this weekend. sports, another free- agent signing for the national day of the wizards look for another win at home. is it possible that they are one of the best teams in >> promising changes in the department of health and behavioral services said they would issue new rules on the changes would guarantee hospital beds are available to people who may pose a danger to themselves or others. he stabbed his father last month before committing suicide. he was released from custody one day earlier because of a lack of hospital space. weekendnews for commuters. starting tomorrow, mark trains will offer weekend service. the same as the week day service taking weekly and monthly passes. nine roundtrips on saturday, six on sunday. cliques the rain could not stop tonight's lighting of the national christmas tree. cliques the first family hit the switch a short while ago. cliques that happened just a few min
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to hear from jon ram -- john graham of the planning department. thank you. >> thank you, good morning, supervisors. i want to thank supervisor cohen for calling this hearing. this is an issue that has come up for several years now and now more acutely felt this is happening all over the city and this is an issue we need to address and an issue that the planning department cares very deeply about. i'm one of several speakers today, we have various people here today to talk about this. we have a presentation that we'll try to get through quickly but there is a lot of information we would like to share with you. i will start by saying the story is perhaps a little bit better than the perception. certainly there is a lack of funding primarily because of the lack of development activity. with the development activity that is coming we feel fairly confident that some components of the proposed plan, the amenities that are proposed in the plan particularly on the open space and public facility side can be addressed. the other aspect of the improvements particularly around transportation and
had an association with martha graham for 50 years. many people do not realize the big stainless steel piece in rockefeller center, which is in the building, he did that as a young guy on commission. he did the red cubes on wall street, on broadway. course, thatbe, of lies on its point on one of the corners. the combination of the foundation with the museum, but also bringing added responsibilities in terms of the kinds of programs that you put on. give us an idea of what you are doing for young people and also outside of new york. >> we have a cousin museum in japan, which is where his studio was. the works there are owned by an art museum here. we have an interesting symbiotic veryionship and international in scope. we are not just local by any means. noguchi was the only artist in the united states to found a museum during their lifetime dedicated to his own work. programs forful little kids, young citizens, art s, which is great for families when they come on saturday mornings and they need to do something with a child and it is early and they come to our museum saturdays and sunda
. ood >> thanks for the call. texas, from graham, kent. good morning. caller: good morning. i was going to comment. all these nih people missed an opportunity because he doctor talked about he own joyed his job so much we would work for free. shut down government it would have been great opportunity for those people to ahead and report into work because they love their work ask they want to help people. i'm a little facetious but you point. > good morning from west palm beach florida. this is a chance for you to there is a doctor not on the line at the moment. caller: i'd like to ask the doctor. what is the differences between aids? .v. virus and disability? those are the two questions. hat is the difference between h.i.v. and aids, full blown aids is people with full blown aids it is a disability? that's what i like to know. >> thanks for the call. i would direct you to the and click on the division of infectious diseases and get more information with to your particular situation. joan from georgia, good morning. caller: good morning. calling to ask about diseases that my
would say the culture was dysfunctional. >> reporter: after the 2009 shooting, officer grahams was captured in this video, police charged with racial bias and excessive force. n.o.b.l.e. found plenty of things to change. >> many outdated policies in the organization, and there was not sufficient supervision or accountability. >> reporter: today noble says the b.a.r.t. police followed most of their 55 recommendations including a system to identify problem officers early. >> if the officer has st.s complaints or if an officer is late to work. >> reporter: of course changing a culture is tough. this last may there was the naked acrobat. officers took a painfully long time to show up. b.a.r.t. now has additional training to deal with the mentally ill and gone from 24 to 40 hours a year of training on force. most passengers did not notice either way. >> i don't have any encounters. i don't haven in opinion about it. >> reporter: others are thankful. >> when you're in trouble, who do you call? the police! >> reporter: others do not trust them no matter what. >> i never did, from the
they are talking about? like this right wing slut, laura ing graham? yeah, she's a talk slut. >> he thinks god ordained and supports obama care. built on lies. >> what do they have in common, all these people? they believe in personal insults against conservatives. they lie with impunity and say things like somebody should defecate in sarah palin's mouth. do you know something? nobody at the top of nbc has yet to apologize for that statement. bill griffin, it's been 20 dais and you haven't apologized. >> are you proud of that? brian williams, tom brokaw? are you proud? coming up, the next legal challenge for obama care. the state of oklahoma sued the administration, the attorney general of the state is here to explain why. and your choice for tonight's video of the day coming up. ya know, with new fedex one rate you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. i didn't know the coal thing was real. it's very real... david rivera. rivera, david. [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. i'm bethand i'm michelle. a
with the adp jobs report, so the bond markets were in a defensive position today. matthew graham at mortgage news daily told me bond traders got exactly what they expected. still, rates are decidedly higher now from where they were last week. what does that mean for housing. affordability is shrinking no question with rising home prices. that's the bad news. the good news in the jobs report is this. residential construction jobs grew in november taking the biggest monthly jump since july. more younger americans ages 25 to 34, first-time home buyers, went back to work after a dip in october although their emts employment is way too low. job growth in clobbered metros, those hard hit by the housing crash was ahead of national growth. that will help slow foreclosures further and boost home buying. hate to say it, tyler and sue, rates will not go much lower. they will likely go higher. >> diana olick in washington, thank you. >>> and while washington focuses on the budget, wall street sets its sites on today's job number and the fed taper timetable. in a "power lunch" exclusive, bring in ceo sha
bipartisan support so for example senator lindsey graham and senator john mccain have been very big supporters of a robust state department budget as well. but in the house certainly some of our colleagues on the public inside a specially broadly defined as the tea party folks, i mean they have got, it's been really difficult trying to convince them of the important national security arguments in favor of that assistance. but again this is a constant back-and-forth and if you look at the house republican budget over the ten-year period it dramatically dramatically, it would dramatically cut the category of the budget for the state department operations. so we will have to work together to try to prevent it. if you want to do the kinds of things that might rodgers wants to do and i agree with most of what he said on afghanistan, i think it was a corset big mistake at least from my perspective for the united states to disengage at the end when the soviets withdrew from afghanistan. i think we did create a vacuum that did lead to al qaeda being able to exploit that vacuums i think it's
bipartisan support for that. lindsey graham, john mccain, they have been big supporters of a robust state department budget. house, some of our colleagues on the republican -- broadlyially defined as the tea party folks, it has been difficult trying to convince them of the important national security arguments in favor of that form of assistance. this is a constant back-and- forth. if you look at the house republican budget over the ten- year period, it would cut the category of the budget for those kind of state department operations. we going to have to work together to try and prevent it. if you want to do the kinds of things that mike rogers wants to do and i agree with most of what , it was a afghanistan big mistake for the united states to disengage at the end of the -- when the soviets withdrew from afghanistan. we created a vacuum that led to exploit being able to that vacuum. it is important that we maintain a presence there. if we're going to maintain a presence there, we need to provide the resources necessary for our folks. >> did you have a question? thank you. is -- i am a f
, churchill, martin luther king, billy graham, and by the way, mohammad ali was instantly recognizable. i was saying earlier that if you know anything about history, some of our greatest leaders, humanity put in jail for a long period of time. martin luther king or mandela or gandhi or -- you can go down the list. >> why do you believe that? >> men of conviction don't fit the system. they are willing to fight the system. you go back to the bible and they spend time in prison before they became second in command. >>a i guy named jesus and a few followers ended up in jail as well. >> exactly. we have to incarcerate the people who challenge our country. >> isn't it amazing about nelson mandela that his greatest political move, his greatest political strategy is following jesus's that we forgive and from colin powell to james baker said what made him great is he forgave the people that persecuted him. >> the books on him will be quite large, but know one of the greatest ones is this. leaders absorb the pain. they don't retaliate. when you are in conflict, you hit me, you hit me and the eye fo
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